Top 7 Fiction Bestsellers from February

Looking for your next best read? Well then, look no further. The votes are in and, based on public opinion, we have a fresh list of the very best from February’s best-selling fiction. From resounding tales of love to heart-pounding fantasies, there’s something for every reader to lose themselves in. Dive into this curated selection and discover titles that captivated audiences last month.

Normal People by Sally Rooney

A stunning meditation on self, class and the intricacies of interpersonal relationships, Rooney’s Normal People exploded into popular culture and literature with a well-deserved and truly resounding bang. Following Marianne and Connell, two Irish teenagers from opposite social circles, it navigates their complex relationship throughout high school and university. Despite their undeniable connection, their contrasting social statuses and personal struggles create a dynamic of attraction and distance. As they evolve and grapple with self-discovery, they are drawn back together, forced to confront their true feelings and the difficult choices that lie ahead.

Iron Flame by Rebecca Yarros

 In “Iron Flame,” Violet, a young dragon rider at the elite Basgiath War College, faces new challenges. While navigating the intense training and simmering rebellion, her feelings for her enigmatic classmate intensify. As danger mounts and secrets unfold, Violet must choose between duty, love, and forging her own destiny amidst the flames of revolution. Second in Yarros’ Empyrean series, Iron Flame takes you to a world of dragons, magic, gory torture and politically rich world building.

Prophet Song by Paul Lynch

2023’s Booker Prize winner, a riveting dystopian fiction, Lynch’s Prophet Song imagines Ireland’s terrible descent into a totalitarian nightmare. Eilish, a mother of four, fights to protect her family as her husband, a dissenting voice, vanishes. Told in a breathless, single-paragraph style, the novel confronts themes of family, resilience, and the human cost of oppression in a nation on the brink.

Circe by Madeline Miller (Special Clothbound Edition)

For all fans of Greek mythology, the brilliance of its convoluted and evocative storytelling, as well as the tender power of Miller’s oeuvre, this special clothbound edition of Circe is a gift that’d keep on giving. Wrapped in dulcet pink, emblazoned with gold foiling, this copy truly celebrates the beauty of Miller’s craft as well as the richness of her revisionary tale. Cast out for her unique magic, Circe finds herself exiled on a remote island, facing the dangers of a world dominated by men and gods. Through love, loss, and self-discovery, she harnesses her power and embraces her identity as a woman, a witch, and a mother, defying the expectations of a world that seeks to control her. This beautifully bound edition offers a fresh coat of varnish on a widely-loved tale.

On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous by Ocean Vuong

In a heartfelt letter to his illiterate mother, a Vietnamese American son grapples with his identity and heritage. He recounts his varied and traumatic childhood, explores his first forays into love and desire, and delves into the legacy of the Vietnam War as well as its impact on the very soul of his family. Through poetic prose that thuds against your being and commands your full attention, Vuong’s narrative is involved in a profound search for understanding and connection across cultural and generational divides.

The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini (Special Edition Hardbound)

Rediscover the timeless tale of friendship, betrayal, and redemption in this stunning special edition hardcover of The Kite Runner. Exquisitely crafted, it breathes new life into Hosseini’s beloved debut, captivating a new generation and rekindling the hearts of those who fell in love with the story over two decades ago. Immerse yourself in the unforgettable journey of Amir and Hassan, beautifully presented for a treasured place on your bookshelf.

What You Are Looking For Is In The Library by Michiko Aoyama

 In Tokyo’s quaint library, a wise librarian named Sayuri Komachi holds the key to self-discovery. Through insightful conversations and carefully chosen books, she guides lost souls like a restless saleswoman and a demoted mother towards their aspirations. As they embark on journeys of self-reflection and unexpected turns, each character finds the courage to chase their dreams and embrace the magic of unexpected possibilities.

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